How the EPA has changed the way we use water

WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency is changing the way Americans use water and is using more of it to achieve the agency’s climate goals, according to new documents.

The EPA is trying to make the agency a more aggressive environmental enforcement agency and has been using a lot more money to get more enforcement done, the agency said in a recent budget document, an effort that includes new initiatives to reduce water contamination, fight toxic waste and improve public health.

The agency, however, is using a smaller budget for environmental enforcement than in recent years, and the agency has made more grants and contracts than in years past.

The new documents released Tuesday also reveal that the agency is moving away from a long-standing focus on water quality and pollution reduction to a more “empowering” approach.

The goal of EPA’s Clean Water Act is to prevent and combat pollution, including contamination, from pollution sources.

The agency has been working on that goal for decades.

EPA is also expanding its focus on protecting public health, by expanding the agency to include environmental issues that could pose a public health threat, the documents show.EPA, the Environmental Protection Administration and the Environmental Defense Fund, a group that works to promote and protect the environment, are the largest federal agencies funded by the federal government.

EPA has about $18 billion in funds, about 8% of its budget.

EPA’s budget is about 17% of the EPA’s total budget, and more than $1 billion of that comes from the state and local level.